Moscow goes on the fifth place in Europe by investment attraction
According to the international business newspaper Financial Times, Moscow has reached the fifth place in the investment attractiveness rating among European cities.
High positions in the ratings are confirmed by concrete figures. The volume of investments in fixed assets in Moscow over the past year, according to Rosstat, grew by 15%. At the end of 2018, it reached 2.43 trillion rubles and exceeded the expected figures.
In addition, over the past 8 years, investments in fixed assets have more than doubled in comparable prices, the report said.
Such results were achieved largely due to the comprehensive support of the business, including administrative: free consultations, training seminars, assistance in obtaining public services, etc.
Source: Vechernya Moskva